Layla Black was the star of the junior finals on the penultimate day of the 2015 British Swimming Championships, landing 15/16 Yrs 100m Breaststroke gold with a British Age Group record.
Having set a PB 1:10.91 in the heats, the 14-year old City of Leeds swimmer was nearly 1.5 seconds faster in the final as she clinched gold in an lightning-fast 1:09.46, sailing under the old British and English Age Group record of 1:10.18.
Milfield's Emma Cain was second home, also setting a PB in 1:10.11 while South Ayrshire's Erin Robertson collected bronze with a PB 1:10.52.
South Ayrshire claimed another two medals - this time both gold - in the junior 100m Breaststroke with Katie Robertson winning the 14/15 Yrs in a PB 1:11.27 and Cameron Muir touching first in the Boys' 15/16 Yrs in a PB 1:05.72.
There were one-twos for both Millfield and Doncaster Dartes in two of the other boys' junior finals as Daniel Speers (23.04) and Samuel Irvine (23.49) both clocked PBs in the 17/18 Yrs 50m Free final and Jarvis Parkinson (4:26.70) followed home Joe Litchfield (4:25.26), also both in PBs, in the 17/18 Yrs 400m IM.
Among the other notable junior finals, Stockport Metro's Holly Hibbott and Plymouth Leander's Laura Stephens tied for 16/17 Yrs 100m Butterfly gold on 1:00.98 while just 0.01 seconds separated City of Liverpool's gold medallist Athena Clayson (27.31 PB) and City of Leeds' Eleanor Jones (27.32 PB) in the 14/15 Yrs 50m Freestyle final.
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